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this at denial with rights. but there are reasons for doing this. the costs with different laws and different states when running health care rights to employees and benefit, but i think the biggest reason, phil, this generation of millennial, people under the age of 30, can think kindly about these tolerance issues in our country. >> where cuss that play in with the corporate world? a lot of these corporations are global. we have aureities we have rights issues right here in the united states. is that something new? >> apple is emboiled in significant worker's rights issues in china. so, they will extend for a company like apple, tim cook, to say i will go to china and look at the rights of the supply team but not the rights of the employees here in this own country, so, i don't think the gay rights is an issue in china or burma, but they are looking at human rights issues in which they operate. >> we don't think of captions -- we don't think of the rights, do we? >> yes. it is the first time we see a larger country like africa getting involved in the issue of human rights, gettin
and different laws in different states when you're running your health care rights to your employees, your benefits. i think the single biggest reason though, phil, this generation of people under the age of 30 care deeply about these kinds of denial of rights issues or tolerance issues in our country. >> where does that, however, play in with the corporate world? i mean, a lot of these corporations are global. we have, for example, a rights issue here in the united states. but what about china? have they been involved in that and we've not known it or is this something new? >> that's an interesting question. take a company like apple who has signed on in support, they're embroiled in significant worker rights in china. it doesn't make sense for a company like apple for them to say i'm going to go to china and protect my worker rights but not going to look at the rights of my employees here in this country. so i don't think the gay right issue is an issue for them in china or burma but they are still looking at human rights issues in countries they o
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